Manleen Singh Named Trustee of the Boston Bar Foundation

September 8, 2021

Robins Kaplan is pleased to announce that Manleen Singh has been named a Trustee of the Boston Bar Foundation. In this role, Manleen will help determine Boston Bar Foundation priorities, assist with major financial decisions, and provide crucial oversight of the slate of impactful and charitable projects, organizations and initiatives the Foundation supports through its robust granting program.

Manleen is a versatile attorney who represents large and small companies in a variety of sectors, including retail, food and beverage, and manufacturing, on matters involving litigation and business relationships. She is dedicated to her diverse pro bono practice, which includes human trafficking and federal acknowledgment of a Native American tribe. In 2010, Manleen was named “Empire State Counsel” by the New York State Bar Association for her commitment to pro bono work.

At the Boston Bar Association, Manleen has served on the Joint Planning Committee, the Human Trafficking Committee, the Forum Advisory Committee for the Women’s Leadership and Advancement Forum, the Business and Commercial Litigation Section and served as co-chair of the Senior Associates Forum.

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